The Racing Hall of Fame sent an e-mail to nominators on Tuesday stating that two-time Eclipse Award-winning trainer Steve Asmussen can be considered in 2016, according to the Blood Horse. He currently ranks second in all-time wins with 7,182, and … Continue reading →
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With the Keeneland January sale on Monday firing the first bullet in its five-shot cylinder, it's hard to recall that Keeneland hasn't sponsored a full schedule of sales since the beginning of time. Founded in 1936, Keeneland did not get … Continue reading →
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Australian champion juvenile Vancouver, who was undefeated in four starts as a 2-year-old, will be sent to trainer Aidan O'Brien at Ballydoyle to continue his racing career in Europe. The Australian reports that Coolmore purchased a controlling interest in the son of Medaglia … Continue reading →
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Aggression occurs naturally in horses; it's typically centered around establishing dominance and hierarchy within a herd. Aggression can be influenced by bloodlines, hormone levels, nervous system structure and human interaction, but there is also abnormal aggression, which can include self-directed … Continue reading →
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The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the sales grounds of the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington, Ky. In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie … Continue reading →
Multiple stakes winner Roan Inish, a daughter of Elusive Quality in foal to Arch, sold for $500,000 to Evelyn Benoit's Star Guitar Inc. to lead Tuesday's session of the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale, which recorded double-digit increases … Continue reading →
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One of the richest and most exciting stakes schedules ever presented at Hastings Racecourse launches with the Sir Winston Churchill and Brighouse Belles on opening day, Sunday, April 17. The two $35,000 Allowance Stakes mark the beginning of a 41-stake … Continue reading →
Ascot Racecourse officials announced Jan. 11 that purse money for the 2016 Royal Ascot meet has been increased £1 million over 2015, to more than £6.5 million, a record for the five-day meet. The Guardian reports that £700,000 will also be spent on a new … Continue reading →
Sophomore Cherry Wine was impressive in his 2016 debut at Gulfstream Park. The son of Paddy O'Prado has strung together back-to-back victories on the dirt, including a six-length score in a first level allowance on Saturday. The effort earned the … Continue reading →
Last year the New York Racing Association had a record 17 cancellations at Aqueduct due to bad weather conditions from December through February. It has entered this winter better-prepared, though those preparations have yet to be tested due to an … Continue reading →
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